Greenzie raises $500,000 to fuel continued growth

Goal is to free humans from repetitive outdoor labor

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Greenzie, builder of software for autonomous robotic lawn mowers recently announced it secured a $500,000 investment.

Atlanta Ventures (David Cummings) led the round with additional investors including, TechSquare Labs (Paul Judge and Allen Nance), Matt Lowe, Dan Campbell, David Lightburn, Carswell Distributing Company (Will Parsley), and Kyle Porter.

“We are thankful for all our investors who believe in our mission to free humans from repetitive outdoor labor,” said Charles Brian Quinn, Greenzie CEO and co-founder. “We sought out the best of the best strategic investors to join our cause with deep experience in building enduring, game-changing companies with great cultures backed by disruptive technologies. It’s a great day for our future customers and the market -- this investment reflects immense confidence in our team, the overall landscape, our product, and our execution.”

Greenzie is the first company to launch from the Atlanta Ventures Studio. David Cummings said, “Greenzie represents one of the boldest visions and most talented teams that I've had the opportunity to work with and I can't wait to see them fulfill their mission.” 

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